A detailed Guide to Sustainable Decentralized Wastewater Systems
Covering technical principles and practical applications, this
comprehensive resource explains how to design and construct sound
and sustainable decentralized wastewater systems of varying sizes
and in differing geophysical conditions. "Planning and Installing
Sustainable Onsite Wastewater Systems" covers state-of-the-art
techniques, materials, and industry practices, and provides
detailed explanations for why certain approaches result in more
sustainable projects. A rational approach is presented for
assessing assimilative capabilities of soils, and selecting methods
of wastewater treatment and dispersal that make optimal use of
natural treatment processes and site conditions.
In-depth design and construction information highlights
nonproprietary methods proven to be very sustainable and cost
effective on a long-term basis for many geographic settings.
Step-by-step illustrations and project examples featuring
real-world implementations of onsite wastewater systems are
included in this definitive volume.
"Planning and Installing Sustainable Wastewater Systems" covers:
Sustainability factors and planning considerations for
decentralized wastewater systems Project planning and site
evaluation Wastewater collection and conveyance methods Design and
installation of primary treatment units Comparisons of secondary
and advanced treatment methods Sand filter construction Subsurface
flow wetland performance and construction Effluent dispersal
methods Design and installation of low-pressure dosed effluent
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